James H. Nebelsick
James H. Nebelsick
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-tuebingen.de
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The warm temperate carbonate province: a review of the facies, zonations, and delimitations
C Betzler, TC Brachert, J Nebelsick
Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 201, 83-99, 1997
1591997
Larger foraminifera from the Upper Oligocene of the Venetian area, north‐east Italy
D Bassi, L Hottinger, JH Nebelsick
Palaeontology 50 (4), 845-868, 2007
1062007
Facies dynamics in Eocene to Oligocene circumalpine carbonates
JH Nebelsick, MW Rasser, D Bassi
Facies 51 (1-4), 197-217, 2005
1042005
Drilling predation on recent clypeasteroid echinoids from the Red Sea
JH Nebelsick, M Kowalewski
Palaios 14 (2), 127-144, 1999
911999
Components, facies and ramps: redefining Upper Oligocene shallow water carbonates using coralline red algae and larger foraminifera (Venetian area, northeast Italy)
D Bassi, JH Nebelsick
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 295 (1-2), 258-280, 2010
862010
Diversity, growth forms and taphonomy: key factors controlling the fabric of coralline algae dominated shelf carbonates
JH Nebelsick, D Bassi
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 178 (1), 89-107, 2000
752000
The encrustation of fossil and recent sea‐urchin tests: ecological and taphonomic significance
JH NEBELSICK, B SCHMID, M STACHOWITSCH
Lethaia 30 (4), 271-284, 1997
751997
Echinoid distribution by fragment identification in the northern Bay of Safaga, Red Sea, Egypt
JH Nebelsick
Palaios, 316-328, 1992
741992
Palaeogene and Neogene
MW Rasser, M Harzhauser, OY Anistratenko, VV Anistratenko, D Bassi, ...
The Geology of Central Europe 2, 1031-1139, 2008
702008
Calcareous algae from the lower Oligocene Gornji Grad Beds of northern Slovenia
D Bassi, JH Nebelsick
Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 106 (1), 2000
652000
The stormy path from life to death assemblages: the formation and preservation of mass accumulations of fossil sand dollars
JH Nebelsick, A Kroh
Palaios 17 (4), 378-393, 2002
592002
Echinoid assemblages as a tool for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction–an example from the Early Miocene of Egypt
A Kroh, JH Nebelsick
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 201 (1-2), 157-177, 2003
582003
Multivariate hierarchical analyses of Miocene mollusk assemblages of Europe: Paleogeographic, paleoecological, and biostratigraphic implications
M Kowalewski, K Gürs, JH Nebelsick, W Oschmann, WE Piller, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 114 (2), 239-256, 2002
562002
Present-day and fossil rhodolith pavements compared: their potential for analysing shallow-water carbonate deposits
D Bassi, JH Nebelsick, A Checconi, J Hohenegger, Y Iryu
Sedimentary Geology 214 (1-4), 74-84, 2009
542009
The Northern Bay of Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt): an actuopalaeontological approach, III, distribution of echinoids
JH Nebelsick
Beiträge zur Paläontologie von Österreich 17, 5-79, 1992
511992
Echinoderms and Oligo-Miocene carbonate systems: potential applications in sedimentology and environmental reconstruction
A Kroh, JH Nebelsick
Int Assoc Sedimentol Spec Publ 42, 201-228, 2010
502010
Predation on recent and fossil echinoids
M Kowalewski, JH Nebelsick
Predator—Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record, 279-302, 2003
472003
Taphonomic comparison between Recent and fossil sand dollars
J Nebelsick
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 149 (1-4), 349-358, 1999
461999
Microfacies analysis and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of Lower Oligocene, shallow-water carbonates (Gornji Grad Beds, Slovenia)
JH Nebelsick, D Bassi, K Drobne
Facies 43 (1), 157-176, 2000
452000
Biodiversity of shallow-water Red Sea echinoids: implications for the fossil record
JH Nebelsick
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 76 (1 …, 1996
451996
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